During October last year, I got to see the Fiat 500CbyGucci; it was in a tour that visited some of Europe's most famous cities, which of course included London. Other places the exhibition was at included Saint Tropez, Berlin, Barcelona, Milan, Rome and Geneva. The Fiat 500CbyGucci was displayed in a 5m3 crystal cube with a black lacquered top and bottom, which was set up in Covent Garden Piazza.
Creative Director Frida Giannini in collaboration with Fiat's Centro Stile style centre customised the Fiat 500CbyGucci, which is available in two colours, a classic black and white with a distinctive glitter finish. The Fiat 500CbyGucci in black has detailing in shiny chrome with a contrasting interior and the white features satin chrome detailing delivering a softer, more sophisticated look.
The Fiat 500CbyGucci looks just as great as it sounds, I was so happy that I found about the tour, and managed to get a few of my work colleagues to come with me. Working at Fiat dealers in Surrey is great, as I get all the latest news about Fiat.
The Fiat 500CbyGucci looked really cool displayed in the cube, it looked even better because of the 16 inch alloy wheels with retro design spokes. The hub caps had a double "G" logo in matching body colour and the Gucci signature is displayed on the tailgate and door pillar.
I couldn’t really see the interior but from what I saw, it looked good too, it had classic stitching, exclusive materials, satin and polished chrome-plated elements, velvet finish on the radio panel and two-tone Frau Leather seats with Guccissima print.